Wednesday July 8, 2020

A shot in the arm for Georgian Dublin

The latest sales reveal that Georgian buildings, on both sides of the Liffey, are becoming increasingly popular places to live and work

9th June, 2019
46 and 47 Merrion Square, Dublin 2: the two properties are quoted at a joint price of €12 million by agent Colliers

Dublin’s Georgian property market on both sides of the Liffey has received a fillip with news of two tranches of sales during the month of May.

The sales come at a time when rents in both the office and residential markets are encouraging investors to refurbish as offices or redevelop into luxury apartments. This contrasts with previous decades, when conservationists were calling for tax incentives and grants to encourage property owners to protect...

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